StrongNameSignatureSize Function

Returns the size of the strong name signature. StrongNameSignatureSize is typically used by compilers to determine how much space to reserve in the file when creating a delay-signed assembly.

This function has been deprecated. Use the ICLRStrongName::StrongNameSignatureSize method instead.


BOOLEAN StrongNameSignatureSize (   
    [in]  BYTE   *pbPublicKeyBlob,  
    [in]  ULONG  cbPublicKeyBlob,   
    [in]  DWORD  *pcbSize  


[in] A structure of type PublicKeyBlob that contains the public portion of the key pair used to generate the strong name signature.

[in] The size, in bytes, of pbPublicKeyBlob.

[in] The number of bytes required to store the strong name signature.

Return Value

true on successful completion; otherwise, false.


If the StrongNameSignatureSize function does not complete successfully, call the StrongNameErrorInfo function to retrieve the last generated error.


Platforms: See System Requirements.

Header: StrongName.h

Library: Included as a resource in MsCorEE.dll

.NET Framework Versions: Available since 1.0

See Also

StrongNameSignatureSize Method
ICLRStrongName Interface